Dubai Chamber hosts Maltese delegation in meeting focused on bilateral economic growth
“We have earlier signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, and have since been working to forge closer bilateral ties through networking and business exchanges between UAE companies and their Maltese counterparts,” Al Shamsi said.
He noted the business prospects the two countries have in common and how, together, the two countries can grow bilateral relations.
“Dubai offers the ideal investment and business destination for companies in Malta given its thriving economy, modern infrastructure and strong regulatory framework,” Al Shamsi said. “We see huge potential for Dubai businesses to form joint ventures with their Maltese counterparts in trade, shipping, Islamic finance, aviation, logistics and ICT sectors.”
In attendance at the meeting were Emmanuel Mallia, minister for Competitiveness and Digital, Maritime and Services Economy, Malta; Hamad Buamim, president and CEO, Dubai Chamber; and representatives of the business community.